Star Wars Planetary Glassware Set

Dec 31, 2015

Category: Gear

Sure, you could buy a Yoda this or a Darth Vader that, but if you’re looking for a unique way to show your love for Star Wars, look no further than this Star Wars Planetary Glassware Set.

This set of six glasses honors planets and other space-findings found in the Star Wars universe, including Alderaan, the Death Star, Tatooine, Dagobah, Hoth, and Endor. Each glass is modeled after each planet’s look, and the look is achieved using high temperature heat wraps that stick to each glass. They’re not dishwasher or microwave safe. Of course, they’re likely to start a fight in your house, with everyone fighting over the Death Star glass. But if you’re more powerful with The Force than the rest of your family, you can just use a Force Choke to make your claim. The set is available now for $50. [Purchase]

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